Anglican leaders from throughout Otago and Southland are in Dunedin today discussing a draft plan which will result in major changes for congregations.
Ravensdown has decided not to apply for consent to unload ships through the night at its Ravensbourne fertiliser factory, despite saying a recent 24-hour unloading trial was a success.
Hillside Engineering Workshops staff who missed out on the contract to manufacture new wagons are being asked to repair faulty Chinese-made wagons.
More than one-third of KiwiRail's 45 Dunedin-based infrastructure and engineering staff could lose their jobs as the company tries to trim costs.
Otago recorded the highest percentage lift in house prices in the country last month, figures from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand show.
MP Clare Curran has attacked KiwiRail for taking legal action to stop publication of a leaked internal report outlining its plans to slash jobs and network maintenance over the next three years.
To Nicola Taylor's delight, Purakanui School has changed its name to Purakaunui School.
Same-sex marriage in New Zealand has become a near certainty after legislation to allow it passed its first reading in Parliament on Wednesday by 80 votes to 40. Labour MP Louisa Wall, who is sponsoring the Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Bill, says the legislation will not force church priests or ministers to conduct same-sex marriages. So why has the Bill attracted so much opposition from church leaders? Reporter Allison Rudd investigates.
Less than five years after it bought it, the Dunedin City Council is selling a major central Dunedin building.
If anyone has any unwanted blocks of stone lying around, Stewart Harvey would be keen to take them off your hands.
St Mary's Catholic Church in Kaikorai will be "almost shipshape" in time for its centennial celebrations later this year, thanks to a donation from a Dunedin tradesman.
Two scientists involved with the first detailed mapping of the seabed off the coast of Otago say they are excited by the geological and biological information the survey has revealed.
A group of benefactors has spent about $100,000 to provide Dunedin students with an alcohol-free social venue and an alternative to bars and nightclubs.
Cutlers Real Estate principal John Cutler admits he felt intimidated when asked to speak a few years ago at a conference attended by independent real estate company owners from all over New Zealand and Australia.
The former Knox Row garden centre building, on George St, near Albany St, which has been vacant for several years, will be more than doubled in size to create a Lone Star restaurant with capacity for up to 500 patrons.
KiwiRail bought 1970s technology when it bought new locomotives from China, but now has an opportunity to put matters right, one of its former long-serving senior engineers says.
The Government's decision to buy locomotives designed and manufactured in China is a "debacle", Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says.
The couple planning to breathe new life into the former Karitane Hospital in Andersons Bay have hit a temporary snag.
Montecillo Veterans Home and Hospital, in Dunedin, has closed its doors to visitors as staff try to contain a vomiting and diarrhoea outbreak.